Biological

Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics: Recent Advances in NMR (#181)

Biological NMR today is a highly sensitive method to not only examine basic structure-function relationships of individual biological macromolecules but also to probe the supramolecular structures of protein complexes, membrane proteins, inter and intramolecular dynamics and catalysis, and the metabolome of various organisms, including humans. In this symposium, we will discuss the technological and methodological advances that have allowed these latest applications of NMR and examine the frontier of NMR spectroscopy in terms of future application, technique, and next-generation methodology. Guest speakers will touch on the following topics: pharmacologically interesting molecules and approaches, new experimental and theoretical approaches, protein complexes and signaling, protein dynamics - folded and unfolded states, nucleic acid interactions, and membrane proteins and protein-lipid interactions.
Last update: Dec 28, 2015